WHO WE ARE
The Livermore-Pleasanton-Dublin Branch of AAUW, is one of over 1000 branches nationwide, representing more than 100,000 members who seek personal lifelong development and advocate social change and public policy consistent with gender equity.
Our LPD Branch Goal is to Grow and Thrive.
Executive board meetings are held monthly on the first Wednesday and are open to all members. A monthly newsletter, The Grapevine, is sent to all the members and informs them of the monthly program, interest group meetings, and other activities.
NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS
Our Scholarship Foundation application window for the 2021-2022 academic year is now open. See our Scholarships page for detail.
Calling 8th grade girls! Please apply to attend a virtual workshop: Representation of Women and Girls in the Media. March 20, 2021. More information here.
Sip ‘n Swirl Wine Tasting! Wednesday, March 31, 7:00 pm, enjoy wine-tasting with Big White House Winery/John Evan Cellars Assistant Winemaker Jessica Carroll, who will guide us through tasting 4 wines from this Livermore winery specializing in handcrafted, small-lot luxury wines. Details sent via Evite. More information here.
Our physical branch activities are cancelled due to our sheltering status. We recognize and thank our branch members for their tireless efforts to plan and enact physical programs and activities. We look forward to a time when we all meet again in one place! Please continue to watch for email updates on future program status.
See what’s planned for the coming year in our Branch Brochure . This is also a good resource to share with potential members!
Members, please note that the branch newsletter, The Grapevine, comes to your email inbox from the address email@example.com. The newsletter will be attached. Please open it up and enjoy all of the valuable information inside.
ON OUR WEBSITE
Check the Calendar for upcoming branch events as well as other events of interest to members.
AAUW’s new report : Limiting Our Livelihoods: The Cumulative Impact of Sexual Harassment on Women’s Careers is now available. It documents how women of all ages experience workplace sexual harassment and includes recommendations for changes to federal and state woekplace policies.
Upcoming events in the next 7 days are highlighted in the right column. Check our calendar for MORE events. See our membership page to learn how you may join our branch.